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Connecting Patients with Science: Highlights from the International Patient Conference

Did you miss this year’s International Patient Conference? Covering fertility, the importance of early intervention, alternative treatments, and so much more, patients around the world gained access to invaluable information that they can now share with loved ones and providers. The conference is available in its entirety by registering via this link.

Highlights from the Patient Conference
Squash the Silence! March into Awareness
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Only one week left of Endometriosis Awareness Month! Want to squash the silence? Just film yourself answering the prompt, Tell me you have endo without telling me you have endo. Then, share your video on social media and challenge a friend-o (friend with endo) to post their own video. See you on social!

March into Awareness
Corinne Foxx Shares Her Endo Journey
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Last Monday, Corinne Foxx, actor, producer, writer, CEO of Foxxtales, and host of Am I Doing This Right? podcast hosted an Instagram live with EndoFound's co-founder, Dr. Tamer Seckin. Corinne discussed her endometriosis journey, and then she and Dr. Seckin answered questions and talked about the importance of early diagnosis and treatment for endometriosis and the importance of spreading disease awareness. Thank you, Corinne, for sharing your story!

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Why These Endo Patients Won’t Stop Spreading Awareness
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The Mind, Body, and Soul Wellness Challenge may have ended on March 14, but our participants won’t stop advocating for endometriosis awareness. As participant Monika says, “what motivates me to keep going in challenges like this and continuing to be vocal about endometriosis, is purely selfish. I have to. I can’t let go. I will always have this condition. It is not going away. So I am going to talk about it because it is the reason behind everything that I do.”

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EndoTV: A Conversation with Dr. Dan Martin
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Is endometriosis curable? This week on EndoTV, Dr. Dan Martin MD, EndoFound's Medical & Scientific Director, talks about recent studies, surgery, and endometriosis diagnosis.

Snag Your March Awareness Apparel!

Snag the gear you need to honor Endometriosis Awareness Month. From hoodies and tees to heatable plushies, the EndoFound Shop is where you can purchase with purpose.

The EndoFound Shop

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